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Making PM topical?
#1
Just wondering.
I thought I remembered a post on this but can't find it.

If I took an ainternol cap, broke it into some coconut oil and rubbed it on my skin - would this help? Or does the powder need to be finer?
Also, if this would work. Besides the breasts. Where are good places to rub it?
I wasn't sure if Putting it down below on the T's would help them with the E producing. (Or shrinking)
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#2
(18-04-2016, 08:23 PM)Darla Wrote: Just wondering.
I thought I remembered a post on this but can't find it.

If I took an ainternol cap, broke it into some coconut oil and rubbed it on my skin - would this help? Or does the powder need to be finer?
Also, if this would work. Besides the breasts. Where are good places to rub it?
I wasn't sure if Putting it down below on the T's would help them with the E producing. (Or shrinking)



so, here is my take on it: since PM is an herb, making a tincture out of it may be possible, Use a 80-90% proof vodka, 3 parts alcohol to 1 part herb, shake vigorously once a day, store in dark cool area for two to three weeks, shaking once a day.. if it works like other tinctures, it should be readily absorbed transdermally( through the skin) . you can then take the PM drops and add to lotion, (advisable to allow to air for one day for alcohol to evaporate leaving pm essence into lotion).
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#3
For what it's worth, the Ainterol branded cream itself uses their own powder in the cream (along with their extract).

So that's promising, although I assume it's the extract that helps the cream pack (more of) its punch.
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